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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by OblivionBass, Dec 27, 2005.
I've seen many TBers with this pedal, now tell me the pros and cons of it
I just got one of these for Xmas (18V version) and its amazing!
I've heard this version is better than the 9V version for what ever reason..
Theres quite a few different sounds you can dial out of this thing which I really like
I cant compare it to other Chorus pedals as I've had no previous experiance with them.
The only bad thing with this is that it is 18V, Meaning you have to buy two 9V batterys or get an 18V adapter (which I havent been able to find yet - only one quick trip to the shops tho )
A great pedal!
i own the 18V version too. Can get everything from a very subtle effect to a heavy chorus Peter Green like sound.
Still my fav chorus I keep trying to replace it but can't find anything as good, I also have the 18v version (I use the Dunlop DC Brick) it's very lush can't really say much about it, dead simple to use every setting is nice, quite cheap to pick up.
Hope this helps
There's a quite noticable difference between the 18v and 9v models, IMO. The 18v is probably the most lush, watery, wonderful sounding chorus I've ever heard. About the only pedal that comes close to the Cool Cat's organic sound would be the Fulltone, but I still like the Dano better.
They are only selling 9v's now, correct?
so if thats the case, will i be able to fins a 18v version
I got mine off eBay a few weeks ago